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 Jacob Bigler

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Jacob Bigler

Birth
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
29 Sep 1829 (aged 76–77)
Enterprise, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA
Burial
Enterprise, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA
Memorial ID
89770804 View Source

s/o Mark and Catherine Bigler
h/o Hannah Booher

Veteran of the Revolutionary War
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Son of the immigrant Mark Bigler, he was raised in Carroll County, Maryland. On July 28, 1776, he enlisted as a private in the Sixth Company of the German Regiment of Foot commanded by Col. Baron Arendt, sometimes referred to as Captain George P. Keeport's First German Batallion of Continental Troops in Maryland.

He married Hannah Booher and they were the parents of nine children.

He was buried in his apple orchard. Later, his grave was dug up and a bushel of dirt from it moved to the IOOF Cemetery in Enterprise, West Virginia where a monument to him was erected.

s/o Mark and Catherine Bigler
h/o Hannah Booher

Veteran of the Revolutionary War
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Son of the immigrant Mark Bigler, he was raised in Carroll County, Maryland. On July 28, 1776, he enlisted as a private in the Sixth Company of the German Regiment of Foot commanded by Col. Baron Arendt, sometimes referred to as Captain George P. Keeport's First German Batallion of Continental Troops in Maryland.

He married Hannah Booher and they were the parents of nine children.

He was buried in his apple orchard. Later, his grave was dug up and a bushel of dirt from it moved to the IOOF Cemetery in Enterprise, West Virginia where a monument to him was erected.


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